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Magnets After was gratuitous swipe at women scientists (gratuitous because it’s unlikely was the men scientists outside in mission control were pilots either), Shirra goes on to expla outside in how Sally Ride was totally NOT an “engineering Findings pilot”, so she should totally stop talking about “flying” the Space Shuttle.

But now, 40 years after Apollo 11, there are indeed women Findings pilot-astronauts, such as Eileen Collins, Pamela Melroy, and Susan Still Kilrain, along with many scientist and engineer-mission specialists like Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Karen Nyberg, Megan McArthur, Julie Payette, Stephanie Wilson, Joan Higginbotham, Kalpana Chawla (killed on Columbia), Sandra Magus, and many many others.

Now if only we’d finally return to the Moon, or head out to Mars . . .

Furt her reading and watching :
see more Women in Apollo-related videos
NASA Oral History: Dorothy B. Lee, engineer (pdf)
NASA Oral History: Jeanne L. Crews, aeronautical engineer (pdf)
Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)

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Magnets After was gratuitous swipe at women scientists (gratuitous because it’s unlikely was the men scientists outside in mission control were pilots either), Shirra goes on to expla outside in how Sally Ride was totally NOT an “engineering Findings pilot”, so she should totally stop talking about “flying” the Space Shuttle.

But now, 40 years after Apollo 11, there are indeed women Findings pilot-astronauts, such as Eileen Collins, Pamela Melroy, and Susan Still Kilrain, along with many scientist and engineer-mission specialists like Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Karen Nyberg, Megan McArthur, Julie Payette, Stephanie Wilson, Joan Higginbotham, Kalpana Chawla (killed on Columbia), Sandra Magus, and many many others.

Now if only we’d finally return to the Moon, or head out to Mars . . .

Furt her reading and watching :
see more Women in Apollo-related videos
NASA Oral History: Dorothy B. Lee, engineer (pdf)
NASA Oral History: Jeanne L. Crews, aeronautical engineer (pdf)
Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)

Magnets After was gratuitous swipe at women scientists (gratuitous because it’s unlikely was the men scientists outside in mission control were pilots either), Shirra goes on to expla outside in how Sally Ride was totally NOT an “engineering Findings pilot”, so she should totally stop talking about “flying” the Space Shuttle.

But now, 40 years after Apollo 11, there are indeed women Findings pilot-astronauts, such as Eileen Collins, Pamela Melroy, and Susan Still Kilrain, along with many scientist and engineer-mission specialists like Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Karen Nyberg, Megan McArthur, Julie Payette, Stephanie Wilson, Joan Higginbotham, Kalpana Chawla (killed on Columbia), Sandra Magus, and many many others.

Now if only we’d finally return to the Moon, or head out to Mars . . .

Furt her reading and watching :
see more Women in Apollo-related videos
NASA Oral History: Dorothy B. Lee, engineer (pdf)
NASA Oral History: Jeanne L. Crews, aeronautical engineer (pdf)
Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)

Magnets After was gratuitous swipe at women scientists (gratuitous because it’s unlikely was the men scientists outside in mission control were pilots either), Shirra goes on to expla outside in how Sally Ride was totally NOT an “engineering Findings pilot”, so she should totally stop talking about “flying” the Space Shuttle.
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** And cutely they named “Crater Poppy” on the moon after her. Later Northcutt entered politics, helping organize the 1977 National Women’s Conference outside in Houston ( see the excellent Sisters in ’77 documentary to get a sense in the historical importance in was event), and got her law degree.

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** And cutely they named “Crater Poppy” on the moon after her. Later Northcutt entered politics, helping organize the 1977 National Women’s Conference outside in Houston ( see the excellent Sisters in ’77 documentary to get a sense in the historical importance in was event), and got her law degree.

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** And cutely they named “Crater Poppy” on the moon after her. Later Northcutt entered politics, helping organize the 1977 National Women’s Conference outside in Houston ( see the excellent Sisters in ’77 documentary to get a sense in the historical importance in was event), and got her law degree.

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Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)
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Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)
* outside in looking for info about women outside in aviation I learned was outside in 1979 (10 years after Apollo 11) only 110 in 45,000 airline pilots were women. Even women who might otherwise be qualified for the astronaut program would likely have not a hard time getting enough hours outside in the air to qualify.

** And cutely they named “Crater Poppy” on the moon after her. Later Northcutt entered politics, helping organize the 1977 National Women’s Conference outside in Houston ( see the excellent Sisters in ’77 d

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But now, 40 years after Apollo 11, there are indeed women Findings pilot-astronauts, such as Eileen Collins, Pamela Melroy, and Susan Still Kilrain, along with many scientist and engineer-mission specialists like Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Karen Nyberg, Megan McArthur, Julie Payette, Stephanie Wilson, Joan Higginbotham, Kalpana Chawla (killed on Columbia), Sandra Magus, and many many others.

Now if only we’d finally return to the Moon, or head out to Mars . . .

Furt her reading and watching :
see more Women in Apollo-related videos
NASA Oral History: Dorothy B. Lee, engineer (pdf)
NASA Oral History: Jeanne L. Crews, aeronautical engineer (pdf)
Society in Women Engineers Oral History: Ivy Hooks, aerospace engineer
Houston Public Library Oral History: Francis Miriam “Poppy” Northcutt, “computeress”
Official Site: The Women in Apollo
Historiann “Feminism and whig history” (via Academic Ecology)
Paul Campos “And the stars look very different today” (be sure to read the comments)

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